Whether you pursue specialized, member-driven EEA projects or community-driven EEA Community Projects, the EEA offers well-trodden innovation paths for both types of work.
EEA Community Projects – Your Path for Open Source Business Collaboration
The EEA Community Projects provide support for open source development of code, APIs, standards, and reference implementations. Its foundation is the former Ethereum OASIS Open Project, which represents 25+ years of OASIS experience in collaborative development and its global reputation and relationships. The work is led by EEA, managed under the OASIS Open process, and driven by the community at large.
Everyone is welcome to contribute to the existing Baseline and JSON-RPC efforts, and suggestions for new EEA Community Projects are encouraged. You do not need to be an EEA member to submit a technical contribution or get involved.
Support the EEA Community Projects: Become a Sponsor
Sponsors help provide the strategic vision, governance, and technical guidance and approve new projects and standards to ensure the long-term health and growth of the open source community.
Organizations that sponsor the EEA Community Projects have the option to hold a seat on the Project Governing Board, where they:
- Oversee the technical agenda and marketing activities
- Work with Technical Steering Committees
- Appoint Maintainers and elect Chairs
- Decide which work products to advance through OASIS’ more formal standards process
- Request submission of approved work to ISO and IEC
- Gain exposure on the Projects website and via social media, events, press, and analyst communications
Current Sponsors Include:
EEA Interest & Working Group Projects—Your Path to Collaborate with Member Companies
EEA members that wish to pursue a technical specification that supports the requirements of their specific industry or areas of interest can participate in EEA’s member-driven Interest and Working Groups. EEA members exchange information, share use cases, and work together to ensure that any resulting technical specifications support their specific needs. See the current list of Interest Groups and Working Groups – more are being added.
To participate, join one of the Interest Groups and share your requirements.
Not a member? Learn more about membership here.
We became a member of the EEA’s broad community and membership base to work with other companies around best practices for assisting NGOs, governments, and private industry in implementing Ethereum technology safely. The infrastructure of tomorrow is being built today, and the EEA is a great place to work on this infrastructure with our peers.
Richard Ma, CEO and Co-founder of Quantstamp
The EEA provides an exceptional platform for collaboration through its great number of interest and working groups and broad set of like-minded members within blockchain and enterprise.
Adrian Corcoran, Head of Partnerships of 0Chain
The EEA is bringing enterprises to Ethereum, driving innovation, and empowering the evolution of the web. This ties into what we stand for: developing a versatile Layer 2 Linux infrastructure to overcome the problems of scalability, computation, and infrastructure for blockchain applications.
Vinicius Farias Ribeiro, Head of Expansion at Cartesi
The infrastructure of tomorrow is being built today, and the EEA is a great place to work on this infrastructure with our peers. We are excited to leverage our security expertise to help other EEA members and the broader private industry make this transition safely
Richard Ma, CEO and Co-founder at Quantstamp